Monday, December 5, 2011

20-Minute Color Sketches: Mudman

Today's 20-minute color sketch took 23 minutes. Sorry. I gotta get back on the ball, and quit being so ambitious with the compositions.

Today's sketch is of MUDMAN, Paul Grist's new comic series. It's fun so far, and I have high hopes for the series. Grist has two other projects with which I'm familiar - Jack Staff and the oh-so-very-very-good police drama Kane - and they're both top notch, leading me to always want to check out what he's working on. He also did a great story in that Anniversary issue of Captain America last year.

Click image for a slightly bigger version

Anyway, I don't know if Mudman has the power to thrust his arm into the mud and make a giant mud hand come out and grab people, but I sure hope so. Also, as some folks asked for it, here's a group shot of the ewoks from last week.
Click it for a high-res version. Don't sell it or anything, but otherwise do whatever you want with it.


Anonymous said...

MUDMAN looks like a really interesting comic, I'm hoping to pick it up in the near future.

Ezra Lau said...

those ewoks are superb! found your blog from the Drawn blog post on tangents

Chris Schweizer said...

I didn't even know it had been on DRAWN! Thanks for the heads-up and the kind words!